Shooting in 3D with a Canon 7D

I own the Canon 7D but if any of you know me at all, you know I hate 3D. I have never seen Avatar. I just am opposed to it. I have no clue why. It is an opinion not based on fact or logic I just don’t even like the idea of it. However, I saw this 3D lens for the Canon 7D and I am curious if anyone owns or has used this. Sure I am a bit hypocritical in that I hate 3d but if I can do it I probably will just to say I did. Doesn’t make much sense but it’s true.


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  1. Rob "Peanut" Janson
    Rob "Peanut" Janson says:

    I researched this to death for quite some time. The issue is that it works…kind of. It creates an in camera stereogram which is not a popular 3D format or even as good as the 3D anaglyph images we saw back in the ’80s. To really create good 3D with a DSLR you either need two of them which allow a couple of different setups to lengthy to get into here, or you can use a somewhat antiquated anaglyph lens (there we’re professional ones briefly available). I created a 3D anaglyph lens adapter just for fun using info I found on instructables.com but it’s certainly not good enough for anything more than a stylistic ’80s 3D look.

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